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Clint Capela Says Rockets Are ‘Better Than’ the Warriors

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The Houston Rockets are feeling pretty good after their 116-108 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.

The win has certainly boost the confidence of Rockets’ big man Clint Capela who believes that the Rockets are better than the Warriors.

“We’re confident because we know if we’re doing what we’re supposed to do, we’re going to beat them” Capela said, per Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com.

“We’ve got to keep playing. We know that they’re going to come back if we have the lead, and we’ve just got to keep that mindset. Sometimes I feel like, in the past, we were all dragging down after mistakes. But today, we were ready.

“I think that if we’re doing what we’re supposed to do on defense—all the switches, the weak side—and keep playing our offense by keeping that mentality all game long, we have the weapons to beat them. We are better than them.”

Houston has won the 1st two games of the 3-game series over the Warriors.

“We’re definitely the best in the league with everybody healthy,” Capela stated.

“We’ve definitely got a chance to get that one seed back. The thing is, of course, we’re excited because it’s the Warriors, but Monday is an important game, too. If we lose and the [Warriors] win their game, what was the point? The next game, every single time, is going to be the key to go get the No. 1, first seed.”

Capela isn’t alone, Rockets guard Eric Gordon certainly agrees.

“We really do have that chance,” Gordon said.

“Offensively, we’re just as good as them, no question. Defensively, they’re a championship team. They’re consistent, whether they win or lose. Us, we still have peaks and valleys. We just can’t have those. That’s why we’ve got to play well the next game, because we just have to sustain the same effort.”

“Mentally, now we have a chance to go after the No. 1 seed,” Gordon noted. “Because if it’s a tie at the end of the year, we have that edge. That’s why we all thought it was very important to win. Now that we’re healthy, I think that we’re going to get back to a big winning streak and get back to doing what we need to do, like we did earlier in the year.”

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Sixers, Lakers Interested In Jamal Crawford

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The Philadelphia 76ers and the Los Angeles Lakers are interested in bringing in veteran free agent guard Jamal Crawford, according to ESPN’s Marc Spears during an appearance on ESPN’s ‘The Jump’.

The Golden State Warriors are also interested in Crawford, but if Patrick McCaw re-signs, there won’t be an available roster space.

Crawford, 38, reportedly isn’t close to making a decision on which team he wants to play for next season, but has stated in the past that he would like to play for the 76ers.

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David West Announces Retirement

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After 15 seasons in the NBA, David West has officially announced his retirement.

West was drafted back in 2003 by the New Orleans Hornets, where he would spend the first 8 seasons of his career. Following his run with the Hornets, West would head over to the Indiana Pacers for 4 seasons, then the San Antonio Spurs for a season, before spending the final 2 seasons with the Golden State Warriors where he won two NBA championships.

West is the Hornets’ franchise leader clocking in 530 games played and 17,160 minutes played.

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Warriors’ Andre Iguodala Says Kevin Durant Is Most Talented Scorer of All-Time

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Get ready for the next great debate.

Golden State Warriors veteran Andre Iguodala believes that his teammate, Kevin Durant, is the most talented scorer in NBA history, according to Sports Illustrated’s Ben Golliver.

“People don’t appreciate him enough. He’s the most talented scorer of all-time” Iguodala said. “Hands down. He’s a walking 30 points. He’ll get 30 on 12 shots. That’s very, very hard to do. Very efficient. Most guys need to feel the ball in their hands a lot to get a rhythm. He doesn’t.

While it would be hard to argue that Durant doesn’t belong in the conversation for all-time greatest, it’s hard to put him over LeBron James, Wilt Chamberlain, or Michael Jordan.

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